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she was last seen wearing a white leather jacket and black pants. >> parents and two east bay school districts are warned what kids wear to school. thieves are targeting teens and their foot wear. this is the latest shooting involving two students from albany high school. >> it happened behind fairmont elementary school, two teen suspects confronted the albany students across a bicycle path. we were over the scene. >> a guy started to take the shoes. >> the suspects wanted a nike shoe and he would not give them up they shot him twice. >> it is crazy. i cannot believe it happened. he is not the type of person you expect to get in trouble. >> a bullet grazed another boy in the phase. a memo went to parents
cautioning of the clothes their kids could wear. >> when students are out and about outside of school, remember we are in an urban environment and that is hard to remember in albany. >> early this weekend four teen boys between 13 and 16 were shot over their shoes. the police say on monday a car load of three to four males confronted the boys near the high school and reportedly told them their shoes were gangbanger shoes, and a few minutes later they opened fire on the teens. >> so far, no one has been arrested in either of the cases. >> developing news from the east bay as we mentioned earlier parents and police are keeping a careful watch around around antioch elementary school after a man tried to lure a boy in the car on thursday afternoon. amy hollyfield is live in
antioch. amy, the parents have to be on edge. >> it would be very nerve wracking to hear this happened at your school. the principal is asking parents to have stranger danger talk with their kids. they will do that at school. the principal sent home a letter telling parents yesterday a man approached a little boy and told him his family had sent him to pick him up. the child told the man, i don't know you and walked away, so he had been advised by his family on how to handle the situation. the would be kidnapper is described as a white man, with gray hair and stub bell and last seen near the park in a light blue 70's type car. folks will keep a close eye out for this man and a car that looks like the 70's car.
they will report anything suspicious. they will talk with kids. to have age appropriate discussions about stranger danger and have that discussion with your child at home, say it is always a good time to have that talk. >> thank you, amy. a coroner is trying to determine how a mother and her five-year-old daughter died after the bodies were pulled from an ice covered pond. the pond is on a remote property in a community of pine grove. the bodies of the 46-year-old mother and her daughter will found yesterday morning 30' from shore in 38-degree water. this is new video from the property on spring canyon lane. deputies spended to reports of a loose llama and could not find the family. they could have tried to catch
the llama. >> and there is a plan to update the communications center. the corner sell says boosting bart security adding wireless could bring free and reliable wire service to passengers paid with federal funding and a new digital advertising program that could generate $1 million in a year to replace 48 ad signs with 24 digital screens in four downtown san francisco stations. >> if you are in the san francisco bay watch out for whales, one was spotted yesterday near pier 39 in san francisco headed east at mid-afternoon. the coast guard says it is not unusual to see gray whales this time of year as they migrate to baja. boaters should keep a good distance from any whales they spot. >> do we wish we were migrating to baja? >> absolutely. >> they have a better chance than we do but it will be ten
degrees warmer than us, as our wet weather will sink to the south. good morning, everyone, live doppler 7 hd show as few sprinkles out there in the east bay valley and although we are toward the peninsula but the big story is very damp and limited visibility this morning if a mile and a half in livermore and two miles in mountain view to one in novato and not bad in oakland and san francisco about five to six, some of the better visibility right there. now, breaking down today, off to a foggy and damp start with drizzle and a white rain here and there but very isolated with temperatures mild, upper 40's to low 50's. as we head to noon there is a chance of a scattered showers and less than yesterday, and the rainfall amounts are less than yesterday. low-to-mid 50 at noon and upper 50's at 4:00 and keep the umbrella handy as a stray shower continues but it will be mild upper 40's to mid-50's. next three days a cold front
tomorrow bringing us cooler weather and a chance of a shower and cooler and dry on sunday and below average on monday with mid-50's. >> friday lite so far at 4:37al. now, san rafael has a few headlights southbound beyond the sickst to central marin with road work in the northbound 101 direction and, also, taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza it is light with no issues on the upper deck. road work, southbound, 101 at the bottom of the sausalito side, down to two left lanes that are open to the top of the grade right before the tunnel, everything opens up. eastbound dumbarton bridge, lane closures, two right lanes until 6:00 this morning with road work and reports of a lake pickup, the southbound 680 ramp to eastbound 580 is shut down because of road work. we will follow that for you.
>> the san jose sharks return to the ice, next we will show you who is more excited than the fans. >> the 49er fan whose collection is so big even the niners want part of it. >> but, first the tech bytes. >> video in your tweets, twitter's new app allows users to share second 6-second video clips, available only now on apple. >> a new mobile device is available on droid that was down loaded 20 million times in four days. the next iphone will likely have a fingerprint sensor for security. you sweep your finger to unlock it rather than a pin, which can be hacked. >> if you are tired of fumbling in your pocket to use your phone there is a transparency pocket which are a cross between jeans
>> cupertino, concord, wine country and all bay area this is abc7 news. >> good friday morning. 4:41 on abc7 only news. you are looking outside right now at the weather conditions. this is berkeley, interstate 80. the traffic is moving along fine. in volume problems yet. friday lite, but so is monitoring things because they will change and usually not for the better. we will check with her in a couple of minutes. >> series of concerts to benefit the giants fan nearly beaten to death in 2001 continues tonight in mill valley. >> hundreds of supporters went
to the benefit concert for the fund at the fox theater in redwood city last night. san francisco giants third base coach and his band, the lunatic fringe put on the show. he started fundraising a year ago. he has raised $70,000, just a fraction of the medical costs. >> money i to people is to keep lights on, food on the table, you know, there are millions and millions of dollars if rehabilitation costs and this is not something that -- it is not the influence. it doesn't go away. >> in addition to playing in mill valley tonight, the group will play benefits concerts in napa saturday and in the hometown of santa cruz of stowe on sunday. >>the sharks are on the pacific division after winning the home opener against phoenix 5-3. the sharks return to the pavilion which is great news for the businesses which were hit
hard by the lock out. abc7 news reporter has details. >> the pavilion is no longer a ghost town now that hockey is back in business. >> the greatest thing. we have been waiting all season. we are so glad they worked it out. we can still survive the season. >> if you think the fans are thrilled, talk to those would run the restaurants like the old wagon saloon and grill. >> fabulous. we have been waiting for a while. >> a difference of 20 percent of their annual revenue lost because of the lock out. ought shortened seasons mean shows hosts 24 regular-season home games rather than the usual 41. during the lock out some employees at h.p. pavilion had to get other jobs including a man who found work as a private chef. >> he had to figure out
somewhere else to work. they were on lock out for a while. >> some parking lots and garages in san jose were filling up at $7 to $10 a car. >> we did not get anything and now the sharks are back, it is going good for the business. >> pedi cabs were hauling. >> how much did i lose? i don't think that way. i am glad to be back. look at all the people. it is great. >> san jose police who work security and traffic control also lost money but they are paid directly by h.p. and not by the city. >> talk about your super 49ers fan, a man in southern california whose selection is so impressive the niners organization wants part of it. check out the collection that belongs to michael may, saving 49 memorabelia since his childhood in seattle. he has so many rare collectibles that the 49ers sent a team
historian to his home with hopes of adding some of the most unusual items to the museum being built in santa clara at new stadium. >> watch joe montana come into being and i bought a pennant one of the first super bowl pennants. it blossomed. >> i came here because we are putting together a hall of fame museum and looking for artifacts. he calls this miami -- memorabelia but they are artifacts. >> the niners say there are item they don't have. >> we have an entire team headed to the super bowl, sports director larry beil and former 49er mike shumann are there proudly wearing his own super bowl ring starting monday morning, katie marzullo will kickoff our super bowl week coverage live from new orleans, and wayne freedman will report on all the action. we will tweet the behind-the-scenes updates at abc7 news bay area on monday.
>> great job. >> 49er mans are showing off their pride. check out these fans would want to add a 2013 to the super bowl jacket. it is not just humans, meet bubba. you can send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will enjoy watching those and sharing them. mike is posting pictures, as well. >> so honored to be here. huge fills to fill. kristen sze, hope you feel better. >> tiny shoes to feel but big heart. >> nice to see you. >> thank you for having me. >> good morning, everyone. now look at the colors, red and
gold, have to love it, and now, live doppler 7 hd, you can see the drizzle that is falling from them, very sporadic but keeping the roads slick, and keep that in the back of your mind when you head out the door. also, dress for these temperatures: we have 46 in novato and napa and fairfield and concord 49 and everyone else in the low-to-mid 50's! some areas are 30 degrees warmer than earlier this week. low-to-mid 50's around monterey bay. so, today, it will be damp and foggy this morning, a shower is possible as we head throughout the afternoon hours. it will be cooler this weekend with limited showers. they are still in the forecast but they are limited. it will be warmer and dry next week. now, as far as our players on the weather map this morning, the main area for the wet weather, that is down to the south but we still have the
southern flow and that is why we are on this unstable air mass and why we keep a stray shower in the forecast. then the cold mass bumps in to this and we get the colder air on sunday. overnight, you can see the light rain and drizzle developing. it is sporadic in the afternoon and evening hours. have an umbrella. the cold front is coming through in the morning hours. we will have our best chance of a shower tomorrow. we will have clearing in the afternoon. sunday it will be partly cloudy with a stray shower and rainfall amount is light if we are lucky some areas could get up to half an inch. temperatures today she mainly in the upper 50's to mid-60's, but we will be ten degrees cooler by sunday into monday and we will see a slow warming trend and dry weather for tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. >> at the san mateo bridge, a little bit of haze and mist but
not limiting visibility. light traffic conditions at this hour moving from the toll plaza to the flat section to the high-rise to foster city. san jose, active last night, beyond the pavilion with the san jose sharks at the tank. now it is light with no problems here with just a few headlights headed northbound 87. from antioch, still okay at this hour, a couple of yellow sensors turning from the highway four bypass but otherwise you are moving at the limit moving to pittsburg and concord. speeds up and over the altamont pass into dublin/pleasanton and livermore at cruising speed. >> thank you, sue. south korea's new president is urging the north to refrain from conducting a nuclear test that could only worsen tensions on the korean peninsula. a spokesman for south korean
president elect said he will not tolerate north korean provocation but will push for dialogue with pyongyang. the top governing body of the north said they will continue rocket launches. the u.n. imposes sanctions in response to the rocket launch. a furious launch suggested a third nuclear test is coming from pyongyang. >> louisiana governor is criticizing the republican party with sharp words at g.o.p. leaders promise fundamental changes urging republicans yesterday to "stop being stupid party" during the address at the g.o.p. winter meeting in north carolina. he says it is time for republicans to articulate plans and vision for america in real terms and stop using bizarre comments. jindal is considered to be a potential presidential candidate in 2016. >> the warnings are over coming up why you have to be extra careful about feeding the meter in san francisco on sunday.
>> this sunday the city of san francisco will give tickets to drivers with expired meters. a few weeks ago the city went from offering free parking on sunday to charging in metered spots until 6:00 p.m. drivers received a warning the first few weeks but starting sunday they get a ticket from $72 downtown to $62 in other parts of the city. city hers say the policy will benefit drivers who have a better chance of getting a space. >> this morning, workers are testing out a light display on the western side of the bay bridge which spark cold last night with test runs of the bay lights project. it features 25,000 l.e.d. bulbs
which will form patterns. they are not visible from the bridge for safety reasons. the project will be completed by march to celebrate the 75th and was of the bay bridge. >> the lights are probably not visible this morning with fog. mike nicco? >> i have fog and mist and it would be nice if the light could cot through it. mostly cloudy today. a lot of low-to-mid 60's. vallejo and san rafael and san francisco are behind you at 59. our radar across the entire state shows the best chance of rain to the south from the central valley to the north. we will have mainly rain around tahoe today, light rain tomorrow, and light snow for sunday and down around los angeles our best chance of rain is today, showers likely on saturday, and, also, sunday, with temperatures from the mid-60's to the low 60's by the end of the weekend. safe travels. sue? >> headed back to the bay bridge
with a look at the toll plaza everything is flowing nice, a few headlights headed westbound with no delays moving westbound into san francisco. we have a nice look at at berkeley with trafficking moving nicely into emeryville and no problem into the macarthur maze. northbound 101 by the village, there is a problem in the two right lanes and eastbound dumbarton two lanes are closed because of road work until 6:00 this morning. eric in. >> thank you very much. san francisco police are looking for two men who robbed two family-run pharmacies at gunpoint. this is surveillance video of one of the robberies, the men enter the pharmacy, jump behind the counter and point a gun at the employees. then the men walk in the pharmacy, draw guns, and it is believed they are after a painkiller that produce as heroin-like effect taking place
hours from each other in sunset and rich districts january 14. no one was hurt. >> students with disabilities could be able to play for school athletic teams if the schools make reasonable accommodations. the education department today is saying disabled students must be given a shot to play on traditional teams or have their own league which could bring sweeping changes to budgets. >> feeling depressed or anxious? try yoga. a report in "frontiers in psychiatry" older people reported a decrease of depression after practicing yoga and evidence that it could help with symptoms of scrits -- schizophrenia and adhd. >> happening now in san francisco, a legend is celebrating a big bad, marion brown turns 86, her first birthday without her twin sister, vivian, who died two
weeks ago suffering from alzheimer's disease. the famous twins were spotted together rooming the city in identical attire bringing smiles to residents and visitors. tonight at 6:00 p.m., her san francisco family is throwing her a party at the sir francis drake hotel at union square. >> and wildlife encounter, how to protect mountain lions from human. >> if you are looking for trouble on super bowl sunday, go somewhere else. the steps
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news. >> good morning, i am here for kristen sze. >> i am eric thomas. thanks for joining us. first, a check on the weather with mist and fog. this is how we are starting the weekend? >> yes, but it will get clear-headed through the weekend as we change the air mass for cooler and dry air mass from alaska. now, live doppler 7 hd shows very low level radar return. there is drizzle hanging in the area and that is it. nothing else happening. we have a southern wind. watch out our visibility is still running low this morning. we will probably have some flight arrive delays in sfo with the thickest fog in livermore and novato. >> in san rafael, the drive takes you out of novato and lucas valley road, traffic is moving light moving to central